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in the death of 17-year-old kendrick johnson found dead upside down in a rolled up gym mat. the question is was it a freak accident or murder and a coverup? kendrick johnson's parents join me. >>> we begin tonight with the very latest on talks toned the government shutdown and head off a dead ceiling breach. president obama met with senate republicans this morning at the white house. he also spoke by phone with house speaker boehner who put the house republican offer on the table. white house spokesman jay carnie saying both men agreed to keep talking. he also restated the president's position to broader budget and deficit reduction talks during a shutdown and default threat prompting this from cnn's jim acosta. >> you said the position hasn't changed on the shutdown. the position hasn't changed on the debt ceiling. how is that negotiating? >> jim, look. the president has had constructive conversations with house and senate republicans. he's also had very good conversations with house and senate democrats. his position that it's unacceptable to demand a ransom from the american people in
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. >>> kendrick johnson was only 17 years old when he died in january. his body was found inrolled up in a gym mat at his high school in georgia. the sheriff's office said it was a freak accident. the boy's parents say it was murder. tonight there are calls for action. gabe gutierrez reports. >> reporter: whether this school gym in georgia is a crime scene depends on who you ask. it's where 17-year-old kendrick johnson, a three-sport athlete, was found dead in january. >> every parent deserves to know what happened to their child. >> reporter: jacquelyn and kenneth johnson believe their son was murdered by a group of students, then stuffed in this rolled-up wrestling mat. >> why did this happen to kendrick at school? why? >> reporter: but lowndes county sheriff's deputies and the georgia bureau of investigation say he died in a tragic accident. that he fell head first into the upright mat reaching for a shoe, got trapped and couldn't breathe. >> reporter: based on the information we know now, the autopsy findings, our investigative findings, our case is closed. >> reporter: the official autopsy di
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, there could be evidence in the death of kendrick johnson, that young man there found dead upside down in a rolled up gym mat. was it a freak accident or murder and coverup? parents join me. >>> we begin with the latest on the talks to end the government shutdown and head off a debt ceiling breach. president obama met with senate republicans at the white house and spoke by phone with house speaker boehner who put the offer on the table. carney saying both men agreed to keep talking and restated the president's position to broader budget and budget deficit talks during a shutdown and default threat prompting this from jim acos acosta. >> you said the position hasn't changed on the shutdown, the position hasn't changed on the debt ceiling, how is that negotiating? >> jim, look the president had constructive conversations with house republicans and good conversations with house and senate democrats. his position that its unacceptable to demand a ransom from the american people in return for not defaulting,i it' not going to change. >> polling keeps getting worse and every day the shutdown
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's minimalist decor. >> we decided the simple life was for us. >> reporter: johnson created a zero waste lifestyle. >> care for the environment waves our catalyst. >> reporter: when she and her husband and two sons moved to mill valley in 2007 they let go of a lot of stuff. these are all the clothes she and her husband own. johnson details her zero waste journey in her blog and new book. the foundation, five rs. refuse. >> just say no when we are given things we don't need. >> reporter: reduce. >> evaluate the things that we really need and really enjoy and then let go of the rest. >> reporter: reuse. >> reuse by buying secondhand. >> reporter: recycle. >> recycle what we cannot refuse, reuse or -- >> reporter: and rot. >> compost. >> reporter: how much trash does the johnson family actually throw away? you're looking at one quart's worth from the last 11 months. the old passport cover lambnated tickets and produce stickers have nowhere to go but the trash. >> bulk items. >> reporter: so how does johnson achieve near zero waist? she buys in bulk to avoid plastic packaging. >> so i bring
. please state your name. my name is deshonna. judge lake: hello. miss? hi. deshonna. ms. johnson. johnson. i'm sorry. let me first ask you what your relationship is to... these are my second cousins. their mother is my first cousin. okay. okay, she was 10 years older than me, but i was 10 and you kind of look up to them, you know. the make-up, all that kind of stuff. you're like sisters. you were like sisters. and i'm a only child. so that's how it was. but he's talking about a... a white man that actually... i don't know how to word it, but i wanna say he was like her john. he didn't care if she was pregnant. he would have sent her money, just because he... that's what they do. that's what they do. that was his purpose of being there. and she didn't just call once. he sent money often. before she got pregnant, he was sending money. judge lake: so, what you're saying is, their mom did have a relationship with a white man... johnson: yes... ...that she knew and she had a relationship with. yeah. now, mr. eggleston, do you know who this man ms. johnson is referring to is? as far as i'm conc
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away, you noticed johnson's minimalist decor. >> we kind of decided the simple life was for us. >> johnson created a zero waste lifestyle. >> the environment careful environment >> when the artist, her husband and the two sons moved to mill valley in 2007, they let go of 80% of their stuff. >> today we only have two towels per person, two skirts. >> these are all the clothes she and her husband own. johnson details her zero waste journey in her blog and new buick, the founation five rs, refuse. >> just say no when gifrn things that we don't need. >> reduce. >> evaluate the things that we really need and -- and really enjoy and then let go of the rest. >> reuse. >> reuse by buying secondhand. >> recycle. >> recycle. what we cannot refuse, we use or reuse. >> and rot >>> this used to be a trash can. today it's compost. >> how much trash does the family actually throw away? you're looking at one quart worth from the last 11 months. the old passport cover laminated tickets and produce tickets have nowhere to go but the trash. >> bulk items. >> so how does johnson achieve near zero
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.s. debt operations. this could happen thursday. jennifer johnson has the story. >> good afternoon. roberts is being made in both the house and senate to end the government shut down and raise the debt ceiling. time for that is clear running out. >> the senate will come to order. >> for the first time in weeks, a possible deal in the u.s. senate. a different but similar plan is being worked on in the house. >> there have been no decisions about what exactly we will do. we will continue to work with our members on both sides of the aisle to try to make sure that .here is no issue of default >> both the senate and house report -- and house proposals would fund the government through january 15, raising the debt ceiling until february 7, and would require low income people to verify their income to get subsidies under obamacare. >> there are productive negotiations going on with the republican leader. i am confident we will be able to reach a agreement this week. proposaluse republican would eliminate special obamacare protections for labor unions and replace those with a two-year delay of the
.. get 50% off new brake pads and shoes. >>> kendrick johnson would have turned 18 years old today. i say would have because kendrick johnson was the young man whose body was found inside that rolled up gym mat at his high school in georgia. his death first ruled an accident, now it points more and more to a murder mystery. today, kendrick's parent stood on the courthouse steps. here they were, and that's his father. he spoke about how this first birthday is incredibly difficult without his son. >> a feeling that we wish no other parents here have to go through. because kendrick was the light of the family. and then we had to wake up and see that he's no longer with us. and understand, you know, why they didn't give my son any justice. i walk into his room and i kiss his picture and say happy birthday, kendrick. you know, his dreams, memories, will always be with us. they won't ever leave us. >> victor blackwell has been investigating this from the start. he joins us from valdosta, georgia. victor, my mind is never far from these parents because i cannot imagine losing a child and then le
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physical lowing their son's bizarre death at school. the body of 17-year-old kendrick johnson was found rolled up inside a wrestling mat in his high school gym in their small town in southern georgia. this happened back in january. local sheriffs office has ruled it an accident, saying johnson climbed into the rolled mat to retrieve a lost shoe, got stuck, and suffocated. his parents never accepted that claim and pushed for a second autopsy, which has yielded shocking new details. they say the doctor who performed the second autopsy revealed the teenager actually died from a blow to the neck. kendrick's parents join me now along with their attorney. thank you, all, for joining me today. ms. johnson, let me start with you here. you've not rested. you've not been silent since this happened in january. what convinced you this was not an accident as authorities had deemed it? >> we know how kendrick is. we know he never would have crawled up in no mat trying to retrieve no shoe. >> the details, ma'am, didn't make sense to you? >> no. >> mr. johnson, when you first got the information from a
helped them catch the suspect in a robbery. the attacker is 39-year-old charlie johnson of oakland. he is scheduled to be arraigned on a felony assault charge tomorrow. >>> a photo showing the principal of an east bay high school holding a female student in a head lock has gone viral. as patti lee reports after the photo from pittsburg high was put on social media nearly one dozen students were suspended. >> reporter: this photo shows the principal of pittsburg high school shows the principal holding a woman in a choke hold. >> i put it in my page, they told me to take it off so i took it off. >> reporter: principal todmire says the picture was taken as he was breaking up a fight. >> i think the disappointing aspect is the comments ranging from racist comments to derogatory comments. >> reporter: whitmire says he suspended 10 people for reposting the picture and for those who made derogatory comments. >> we postwhat we want and they should not get involved in what we post. because if it's hurting them, then probably yeah. but i don't think it was the right to suspend them. >> reporter:
johnson of oakland. he is scheduled to be arraigned on a felony assault charge tomorrow. >>> a photo showing the principal of an east bay high school holding a female student in a head lock has gone viral. as patti lee reports after the photo from pittsburg high was put on social media nearly one dozen students were suspended. >> reporter: this photo shows the principal of pittsburg high school shows the principal holding a woman in a choke hold. >> i put it in my page, they told me to take it off so i took it off. >> reporter: principal todmire says the picture was taken as he was breaking up a fight. >> i think the disappointing aspect is the comments ranging from racist comments to derogatory comments. >> reporter: whitmire says he suspended 10 people for reposting the picture and for those who made derogatory comments. >> we postwhat we want and they should not get involved in what we post. because if it's hurting them, then probably yeah. but i don't think it was the right to suspend them. >> reporter: ashley johnson is the girl in the photograph. she claims her neck was injured
. >>> mystery is heaped upon mystery in the bizarre death of 17-year-old kendrick johnson. his body was found in a rolled up gym mat in his high school in valdosta, georgia. johnson's death was originally ruled an accident, but his parents don't believe it. they had his body exhumed and paid for a second investigation which revealed horrific new details. as victor blackwell reports, kendrick johnson's organs were missing. his body had been stuffed with old newspaper. and today, only on cnn, victor confronts the man who has the power to get to the bottom of this tragic mystery. >> mr. watson? victor blackwell, cnn. >> this is coroner bill watson. he can order something the family of kendrick johnson desperately wants, but he hasn't agreed to do it. >> i would like for you to leave my office. >> we'll come back to this conversation in a moment, but first, for more than seven months, eight hours a day, six days a week, this has been the scene in front of the lowndes county community center in valdosta, georgia. kenneth and jacqueline johnson, supporters, signs, and a question. who killed kendric
celebrated their son's 18th birthday the parents of kendrick johnson called on officials to reopen the investigation into his death. >> only we can celebrate his birthday pushing and trying to get justice for kendrick. >> reporter: ever since his body was found inside a rolled up gym mat last january his parents have suspected murder and a coverup. the official autopsy report said kendrick accidentally suffocated, but the family exhumed his body in the spring and their independent autopsy determined he was killed by blunt force trauma. now the family claims kendrick's organs including his heart, brain and lungs had been removed and that the funeral home stuffed his body with newspaper. the johnsons suspect the funeral home may have been told to get rid of the organs as possible evidence. >> the question is by whom and for what reason? >> reporter: for more than six months kendrick johnson's family has been holding almost daily demonstrations at this intersection near the county courthouse. trayvon martin's family attorney recently joined their push for justice. >> these parents s
she vanished more than two weeks ago. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. it is an unbelievable mystery. john alsto in is live at sf general tonight. john? >> tonight officials are clamming up and not saying anything more to the media as police investigate. also tonight, the daughter of the missing woman got a call from the medical examiner who said it would take more time to conclusively identify the body found here today. the inspectors from sfpd spent the evening at san francisco general. the investigation will involve talking to hospital x staff and looking at surveillance video to figure out what happened to 57-year-old lynn spalding. a patient missing for more than two weeks. a reliable source tells abc7 news that it was her body found by an employee found this morning in an exterior fourth floor stirwell. the medical examiner called the woman's daughter to say there was no positive id yet. >> the message was i wish we could give you certainty, but we can't right now. lynn's daughter is obviously and i don't use this word lightly, traumatized. it is
him back. i was just right there on the ground. >> reporter: whitmire says he had to restrain johnson because she would not stop fighting. >>> the three alarm fire started at 7:45 this morning at pedula lumber just just south of san jose. two buildings were destroyed. next door historic train depot feed company and the bunk house for rail workers dating back to the 1870 were threatened by the flames. crews managed to save all but the bunk house. >> when i seen it an hour ago it was there. and i thought they were able to save it. he said that it's only the roof had caught on fire. but they took it completely down. >> reporter: crews had to use timbers to get water to the site since there are no hydrants near by. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >>> aen man is under arrest on charges of sexually abusing young girls. we're told 68-year-old jose bolvolandria is related to the owner of belen child care. investigators say bolandria abused at least two children. he's charged with five counts of lewd and lascivious conduct. they want to hear from any parent who fears their child
'm carolyn johnson. sergio is live in oakland with developments that unfolded late tonight. sergio? >> a lot of activity in the last hour. we started hearing that bart management was going to offer a new proposal to the unions to consider. and about 45 minutes ago both sides left the building and would not say the proposal was given. the mediator in these negotiations have asked both sides to stay silent. they are expected to be here at 9:30 in the morning. they are expecting an offer from management. >> we do expect a proposal from the district. it can be forthcoming actually as we speak. so bargaining is still active and happening. they have proven to be the biggest news of the day. it is one of the few things both sides agree on. >> i think it has been good for the unions because they get to address her directly. they have to explain to her their feelings and concerns and explain their proposals. >> the fact that she does rec cog noise she could be here is -- does recognize she could be there is good. >> what has made the attendance more significant is she has spent the day talking with t
of those women eliza bunton johnson. now, this was lyndon johnson's grandmother. i didn't know about her -- although she was in the caro books, but i had not dwelled on that part of the caro, wonderful caro books about lyndon johnson. but lucy johnson was giving me and my children a tour of the johnson ranch which is a national park and a national historic preservation area. and so lucy was giving us a tour of the house that they had grown up in and was part of that ranch. and she talked about her great grandmother who had been out there in johnson county, in johnson city and that area and how she had survived an indian raid in their home by hiding under the house and putting a rug over the trap door that she had gone under and putting a diaper in her baby's mouth so that the baby wouldn't cry. and she heard the indians come in. they were throwing her china at the walls, breaking her wedding presents that were china, and she stayed down there. and then she heard them leave and take the horses outside. and then she heard footsteps back in, and her husband was crying just out loud thinking
by week income revenue. now trading higher. also a pair of dollar names, coca-cola and johnson & johnson. coke profit jumped 6% from a year ago to $2.5 billion on rising volume but revenue fell in the company is planning volatility and emerging market, shares are little changed on that report. johnson & johnson among the two gainers on the dow. beating estimates on the top and bottom line. prescription drugs led the gains. the company raise the full-year earnings guidance. lori: washington dragging down stocks today. where should you keep your focus? bring in david joy. always wonderful to see you, david. i want to start with this news on the short-term treasury auction, three months, six months, 35 billion in volume. the government will have to pay more to borrow money. will that send a message that we want a deal, w we're done with e shutdown and the debt ceiling is drawing ever so close. >> i guess to some extent it will send a message, but this is a prudent response by those who have a fiduciary responsibility liquidity will become extremely important in the next few days, and so you
-cola and johnson and johnson and citigroup and "after the bell" there will be more from yahoo!. there's a lot going on on wall street on our sixth anniversary of the fox usiness network. dennis: at the anniversary. a new plan on the table from house republicans making two when you add the one from the senate and we get you covered with the latest on these moves. peter barnes, from the d.c. bureau and what is the latest from congress? >> the senate hasn't finalized their proposal. the house has yet to decide a time they will put their new proposal on the floor. members figuring out if they have enough votes to pass it. here is what came out this morning extending the debt limit to february 7th, it would end the extraordinary measures that allow the treasury department to take the debt ceiling and extend it by holding on to reinvestments. we had the debt ceiling in may and operating under extraordinary measures ever since. it fund the government until january 15th, and involve obamacare income verification, unless there is an income verification in place and ends congressional and some administratio
to reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling at the same time, but as jennifer johnson shows us, they're running out of time. >> for the first time in weeks, a possible deal in the -- auto what exactly we will do, but we're going to continue to work with our members to try to make sure that there's no issue of default and to get our government reopened. >> for some hours it appeared both the house and senate proposals would end the shutdown and fund the government through january 15th, raise the debt ceiling until february 7th and require low income people to verify their income in order to get subsidies under obama care. the house plan also would eliminate special obama care protections for labor unions and delay a medical device tax. now it appears house leaders don't have the votes to get it passed and senators are furious. >>> the house republicans are attempting to compete over the senate's bipartisan progress. >> very, very important for us to stress in whatever proposal we move forward will reflect our position on fairness. that no special treatment for anybody under the law. >
to process them. and as bruce johnson tells us tonight, the numbers of those seeking jobless benefits could soar over the next two days. sadly, that's just when the city will start running out of money. >> those individuals have to file here in the district of columbia. >> at the d.c. employment services office, 11,000 federal workers have signed up online or in person to collect benefits since the shutdown began. >> how many federal employees work in the city and could file for unemployment? >> 300,000. >> could this office handle that kind of number? >> congress agrees to pay federal workers for the time spent on furlough. the same workers who collect unemployment workers today would have to pay that money back. >> if you do get it, then you have an over payment with the unemployment compensation program. you have to pay your money back. >> d.c. mayor gray on the rally today, called on the president and congress to end the budget stalemate. using a local contingency fund is keeping city workers on their jobs to among other things, process federal unemployment claims. the mayor say
johnson reports that the people seeking jobless benefits, right about the time the city runs out of money to pay its workers. >> those individuals have to file here in the district of columbia. >> at the d. c. employment services office, 11,000 federal workers have signed up online or in person to collect benefits since the shutdown began. >> how many federal employees work in the city and could file for unemployment? >> 300,000. >> could this office handle that kind of number? >> no. >> congress agreed to pay federal workers for the time spent on furlough. the same workers who collect unemployment checks today will have to pay that money back. >> if you do get your retroactive license, then you have an over payment with the unemployment compensation program. you have to pay your money back. >> d. c. mayor gray at an immigration rally on the mall today called on the president and congress to end the budget stalemate. using a local contingency fund is keeping city workers on their jobs to among other things, process federal unemployment claims. the mayor says that emergency money
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